Spreading the Impact of the Wreaths Across America Program
December 3, 2014
Written by Jodi Rigby, student at American Military University
My mother and I learned about Wreaths Across America (WAA) in 2013, through the American Military University (AMU) website. She is a professor there and saw it on the faculty page at about the same time I saw it on the student page. We both felt this was an important and meaningful way to honor our veterans.
On Wreaths Across America Day, AMU and APU students, alumni, faculty, and staff volunteer at Arlington National Cemetery and at other locations around the country as we remember those who have given their lives, honor those who serve, and teach younger generations about the value of their freedoms.
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